APA Citation

Shirley, J., & T. B. (1667). The constant maid: or, Love will finde out the way: A comedy. By J.S. As it is now acted at the new playhouse called the Nursery, in Hatton-Garden. London: printed by Ja: Cottrel, for Samuel Speed, at the signe of the Rainbow between the two Temple-gates.

Chicago Style Citation

Shirley, James, and T. B. The Constant Maid: Or, Love Will Finde Out the Way: A Comedy. By J.S. As It Is Now Acted At the New Playhouse Called the Nursery, in Hatton-Garden. London: printed by Ja: Cottrel, for Samuel Speed, at the signe of the Rainbow between the two Temple-gates, 1667.

MLA Citation

Shirley, James, and T. B. The Constant Maid: Or, Love Will Finde Out the Way: A Comedy. By J.S. As It Is Now Acted At the New Playhouse Called the Nursery, in Hatton-Garden. London: printed by Ja: Cottrel, for Samuel Speed, at the signe of the Rainbow between the two Temple-gates, 1667.

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